Grass fire on Majura Road

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THE ACT Rural Fire Service and ACT Fire & Rescue is currently responding to a grass fire burning at Majura Road, Majura.

The Bushfire Alert and Warning Level for this fire has been set at ADVICE.

The ACT Rural Fire Service and ACT Fire & Rescue has six units responding to the scene.

The fire is located near Majura Park.

Update to follow.

3:51 PM


The ACT Rural Fire Service and ACT Fire & Rescue is working to extinguish a grass fire burning at near Majura Road, Majura. Crews from Aviation Fire & Rescue are also on scene.

The Bushfire Alert and Warning Level for this fire has been set at ADVICE.

The ACT Rural Fire Service and ACT Fire & Rescue have seven units on scene.

The fire is located near Majura Park at the end of the Canberra Airport runway.

The fire is approximately 100 square metres in size and is being controlled.

4:00 PM


The ACT Rural Fire Service and ACT Fire & Rescue is working to extinguish a grass fire burning near Majura Road, Majura.

The Bushfire Alert and Warning Level for this fire has been set at ADVICE.

The ACT Rural Fire Service and ACT Fire & Rescue have nine units on scene.

The fire is located approximately one kilometre north of Majura Park and is burning in a easterly direction.

The fire is approximately 100 metres x 300 metres in size and is under control.

No assets are under threat.

4:11 PM


The ACT Rural Fire Service and ACT Fire & Rescue is working to extinguish a grass fire burning near Majura Road, Majura. Fire crews from Canberra Airport’s Aviation Fire & Rescue service have also assisted.

The Bushfire Alert and Warning Level for this fire has been set at ADVICE.

The ACT Rural Fire Service and ACT Fire & Rescue has 10 units on scene.

The fire is located approximately one kilometre north of Majura Park.

The fire is approximately 100 metres x 300 metres in size and is under control.

Fire crews are now conducting mopping up operations.

4:50 PM


The grass fire has been extinguished and crews are leaving the scene.

5:38 PM

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